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Marty Deneroff
Marty Deneroff
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Jan. 15, 2013
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Convention Cards in NABC+ events
As far as I am concerned, this is a serious problem, as many above have pointed out. Failure to follow the convention card rule should be seriously penalized. In my view, more severely than the penalty for using a cell phone. Your idea may help, but enforcement will help far ...
New Suit Jump In Response to Weak Two
What is .5 KC? What if you have nly .5 KC - do you bid 4 or 4?
Rotaru and Nistor Win LM Pairs
Congratulations!
Stig Holmquist's bidding problem: Qxxx AKxx KT5 A8
3 is a super-accept, showing (assuming you have this agreement) 4 hearts and a near-maximum. With a control-heavy 16 count, this hand surely qualifies. As others have said, you should now show your cheapest control 4 over 3, unless you have some agreement that makes 3NT preferable ...
An Open Letter to ACBL Unit and District Officers
Peter, Thanks for writing this letter. I think it raises important issues and points to some serious problems: 1. There should be NO CIRCUMSTANCE where a member of the BoD, particularly someone as notable as Mr. Whipple, should take it upon themselves to criticise or discourage ACBL members from writing ...
BOD Reduction Vote
The BoD should hve the power of over ruling committees only by rejecting a proposal and telling the committee to come back with a better proposal.
BOD Reduction Vote
"If a 25 member board feels the need to micromanage, then it’s obvious the board needs to downsize. 13 people will definitely devote less time to discussing wether the master points left mit in my club caps at 40 tables or 29" I do not see how any of ...
Yusuf Sohtorik's bidding problem: 98754 J87 --- 97654
If all pass why would there be any reason for the director to rule on anything? Question is how your partner and teammates would feel about it.
How should the director rule
I think once 4 is doubled west can legitimately run to 5. So the adjustment should be whichever is worse between 4 undoubled -9 (-450) or the table result which looks to be -5 or -1100. But director can (and should, IMO) also tack on a PP.
How should the director rule
If we assume 3 was natural, it would also be forcing without an (alertable!) agreement to the contrary. Thus 4 would still be west's normal bid. But 5 is clearly taking of advantage of partner's alerts to know there is a misunderstanding. West should have ...
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